Academic Leadership Journal


One crucial exercise which we are usually involved in is decision making. Educational decision making in terms of selection of universities is one of such exercises that confronts the average candidate, and this is dictated by one consideration or another. These considerations can be quite complex, particularly, when there is a large number of Universities to choose from. In the more developed countries such as in the UK and US, such decisions are perhaps not difficult to make, although students in these countries are confronted with larger number of Universities than that in the less developed worlds such as Ghana. This may be because the larger number of Universities also means that there is literary not only a University next door to every prospective student, but also, these Universities are fully equipped to cater for individual student needs.



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